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Dick Conway's photographs have been published in over twenty books, used in movies, TV documentaries, national advertising campaigns, numerous daily newspapers, magazines, and racetrack programs that include Formula One and the NASCAR Cup Series. They have appeared on national television programs produced by the ABC Network, ESPN and NASCAR Images.

In 2005 he co-authored a book with Ben Blake on Richard Petty  titled, “Richard Petty – Images of the King.”

He contributed 95 of the 230 photographs for a book on Dale Earnhardt published in 2002, “Unseen Earnhardt, The Man Behind The Mask.”

Many are seen in the Rick Houston book, "Second to None - The History of the NASCAR Busch Series."

His photographs have also been featured in books on Bobby Allison, Mark Martin and for the cover of "Tim Richmond - The Fast Life And Remarkable Times Of NASCAR'S Top Gun."

Michael Argetsinger reviewed more than 47,000 images while preparing to publish his book, "Formula One At Watkins Glen - 20 Years of the United States Grand Prix 1961-1980" in 2011. The book by David Bull Publishing was for the benefit of the International Motor Racing Research Center in Watkins Glen and is a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first USGP at Watkins Glen held in 1961. Of the 150 color photographs in the book eight of Conway's were selected, and one was used as the full-page image heading the chapter about the 1977 race.

"DALE VS DAYTONA - The Intimidator's Quest to Win the Great American Race;" by Rick Houston was published in 2017. Conway contributed 18 photos to the book including one facing the title page.

"50 First Victories" is a new book from the motor racing stable of award-winning book publisher Octane Press. It chronicles the journey of 50 of NASCAR’s finest drivers as they race their way to that landmark first victory. The book is by NASCAR veteran reporters Al Pearce and Mike Hembree and includes 33 Conway images with one of them on the cover. 50 First Victories has an August 1, 2022, publication date.

During Conway’s time in the NASCAR world beyond photography he worked in public relations, sponsorships and marketing. He represented many companies, organizations and drivers. His programs won championships in the NASCAR Busch Series with both Bobby Labonte and David Green with sponsor Goodmark Foods through their Slim Jim and Penrose brands. He worked with the Slim Jim/Penrose programs for eleven years. He also handled public relations for Terry Labonte, Justin Labonte, Jason Keller, Mike Cope, Todd Bodine, Elton Sawyer and Charlie Luck. In addition to Slim Jim and Penrose he worked with and helped manage sponsorships for The United States Coast Guard, Starter Athletic Apparel, The Collegiate Licensing Company, Hot Tamales Candy, Great Clips Hair Salons, Advance Auto Parts, Drydene Oil, and Luck Stone.